Girls’s terry ballerina slipper with bow for indoor/out of doors comfort

(8 customer reviews)


  • supremely tender slippers: cotton-blend plush terry ballerina residence shoes for warm and at ease consolation; clean to wear flexible healthy with female satin bow detail for undying fashion
  • terry lining for comfort: conventional ballerina design residence slippers with high priced terry lining for warmth all yr long
  • smooth to slide on flats for on-the-go or informal lifestyles. First rate for domestic; workplace; lounging; faculty; medical institution; journey; interior; outside
  • perfect present for mother; grandmother; sister or buddy, ladies of every age and life
  • flexibility and support: isoflex consolation insoles conform and flex together with your ft for a comfortable; custom healthy to suit your active life-style and provides stability for lengthy days for your feet
  • versatile slipper transitions from the couch to the bed room and are foldable and transportable; yoga, gymnasium, dorms, office, health facility, inns and spas
  • durable and system washer-friendly: low profile rubber outsole for indoor outside put on and skid resistant traction. Gadget wash in cool water; dry flat faraway from heat
  • sizing tip: this slipper runs small; we propose ordering the following length up for the most secure and bendy match. To be had sizes small (5-6), medium (6. 5-7. 5), huge (8-nine), x-big (9. Five-10. Five). Military is to be had in xx-huge (eleven-12)
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  • will those in shape someone with huge toes?
  • no. A extensive width foot will no longer be comfy in this slipper. This has a difficult rubber sole.. Test out the photo. Notice how slender width the only is and all the smooth terry fabric that surrounds it. A wide foot will enlarge over the width of the tough sole and your foot will usually slip back and forth off of the sole. It makes it almost impossible to walk naturally. I’ve been wearing this logo forever and that is the first pair that has been a hazard to stroll in. Too smooth to curve an ankle. Pick a pair that doesn’t have the “indoor-out of doors sole”. Pick a couple with the ordinary gentle sole. Examine the photos to see the difference. Also the lower back of this type isn’t as excessive because the tender sole type and it constantly slips down. See much less

  • im a length eight or 8 and a half of could i get the eight/9?
  • maybe, but i’ve to mention another person became accurate the toe coverage is skimpy. I have ft that turn up, (my mother had the ones) so i will only wear the stretch terry-fabric that satin ones hurt my feet (i have not worn them in years) i most effective switched returned to those due to the fact dillard’s prevent carrying their first-rate slipper, lately i’ve had my ft measured while i bought a few sas footwear. One foot might be a 7-half and the other an 8, but relying on how they run i can be an 8-1/2. My little sister wears and eight-1/2 -nine i attempted giving her my snow boots (she wears orthotics) she couldn’t get them to fit even without the orthotics – if i have been you i might strive the greater massive because the toes are skimpy, they will take them lower back, attempt them on without taking walks outside or dirty floor earlier than making a decision. I hope this allows. (our our bodies are all 1/2 and half of, one arm is a bit longer than the other and so on. This is what china has carried out for what was suitable american nice. The companies had china do it. See less

  • wherein are those made? In china?
  • query: wherein are these made? In china? Solution: in china by way of sue a. Once i commenced it, i cou… on may additionally 7, 2020 failed to get answers. See greater solutions (4) disintegrate all solutions

  • i want an extension at the return date. How do i touch the vendor?
  • query: i want an extension on the go back date. How do i contact the seller? Solution: please ask amazon. By way of sher on july nine, 2020 fall apart all answers


    5-6, 6.5-7.5, 8-9, 9.5-10.5


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    8 reviews for Girls’s terry ballerina slipper with bow for indoor/out of doors comfort

    1. Internet shopaholic

      Don’t get me wrong, these are pretty good overall compared to the majority of the horrific excuses for slippers they make today. I can’t pinpoint the exact date of the downfall of the slipper, but it was sometime around 2012. I had been buying a padded velour terry ballerina slipper made by dearfoam for years that had a flexible, long wearing rubber sole. It had a cushy quilted interior and held up to multiple washings and wearing on stone floors. I still have carefully hoarded away 2 pair and keep trying other brands, hoping for a winning substitute. The new style dearfoams don’t fit the same, don’t feel the same, and don’t wear the same. Which brings me here….. I do like the padding on these, although I can feel the edge of the rubber edge on the bottom from time to time. Yes, they are soft. But really to the point of stretchy ‘sloppiness’ that allows my foot to slide around a bit. My old slippers do not do that, and why I also never buy the stretch satin styles. I wear a pretty solid size 9.5 and purchased these in grey, size XL 9.5-10.5. The length of the rubbery base is correct for the length of my foot, and probably someone that wears a size 10. However, the amount of excess stretch and fabric on the upper part for someone with an average width foot like mine causes movement of the foot with a feeling of instability. I’m positive if I had tried a size L the rubber sole would have been much too small to be comfortable. So these are a fair compromise and better than quite a few slippers I have tried, even with the shortcomings. But I’m still searching for the perfect slipper. Read more

    2. Vegabon

      Isotoner makes great slippers. Have been wearing them forever. Not sure what happened but the 6 1/2 – 7 1/2 size really means 7 1/2 +. They fell off my feet and extend above the toes in a weird way. I wear a 7. The new slippers are replacing Isotoner ballet slippers, see photos. First photo is both pairs side by side and the second photo is the new pair that extend way beyond the toes. Could not wear and have to return. Major inconvenience. . Read more

    3. NHolden

      After years of wearing a smaller size of Isotoner ballet slippers with leather bottoms, I decided to try the terry ones to help my comfort level. Needed a little more toe room for conditions that happen to our feet as we age. While the XL 9.5-10.5 is technically too long for my foot (I wear a ladies 8.5-9M shoe), the comfort level from the larger toe box is worth the slight hang over in the heel sole area. For anyone struggling with hammer toe, bunions or hang nails, I’d suggest going up a size from your normal shoe. That being said, now about the quality. I have purchased other name brands and a few off brands in the past from Amazon and other retailers. You get little houseworn mileage out of others and they can’t be washed for disintegrating. With Isotoner, you get quadruple the life! I have already washed my terry pair twice and they still look brand new! Always air dry (especially for the leather soled) but regular cool-warm wash in your machine and voila! Love these ballet slippers! They stay put to prevent falling, they are no skid and non-marking, they wear and wash well and the price can’t be beat! Thanks Isotoner! This review is coming from a long time (25+ years) ballet slipper wearing Gal! Read more

    4. Anonymous123

      These are comfortable; however, after 4 days of wearing them everyday they are fraying where the material meets the sole. I had high expectations and I’m disappointed that they won’t last long. Read more

    5. Amazon Customer

      This is without a doubt the worst purchase I have ever made on Amazon. Let the list begin: Way too small. I wear an 8, bought 8-9 and toes hit the end. Way too narrow. Padding does not cover the inside bottom of slipper and you can feel a ridge all around. They fit better when I reversed the feet!! Back of heel depth not adequate to keep shoe on heel. Too tight across the top of foot. I would return them, but since they are in the trash I won’t even bother…plus I cut a little slit in the top to try and get some tightness relief. My plan was to just wear them at my desk and no one would see….but, they do fit the trash can perfectly. Sorry Isotoner…..what happened to you? You were my favorite but I must break up with you now. I will move on and you will get over it. Read more

    6. AC

      I love these slippers but they don’t exactly have really good arch support. As someone who suffers from PF and heel spurs, I need good arch support, but these slippers when they are brand new, they are just about unbeatable. When they first arrive, if the foam could remain that firm, they would be awesome. I love the sole in the bottom and prefer to the ones that have a leather type bottom. These do keep your feet warm but the material breathes and that is a great feature. I do machine wash mine and let them air dry. The foam inside of the pair I just threw out had shifted and they became lumpy. These won’t be my every day slipper but they are very comfortable and safe to walk in the house. I got the white ones with stripes inside on the footbed. I previously had the heather gray ones. I got these on sale for $15 which I think is a good price. Read more

    7. Audrey

      Why did I find a toenail clipping in the right slipper? I put on my slippers, felt a tiny uncomfortable stab, and lo and behold, a toenail clipping I found. It is not mine. Read more

    8. Lori K. Levitt

      I would like to make a few points about these slippers. First years ago I always bought Isotoner slippers, then they went to China. They used to wash nicely when made in the USA, once they went to China, once you washed them, they became lumpy inside and very uncomfortable to walk in. I will only be hand washing this pair. So while they have improved, They NOW COST WHAT THEY WOULD HAVE IF THEY HAD NEVER GONE TO CHINA, AND THE QUALITY WILL NEVER BE THE SAME AS BEFORE IT LEFT. I’m also on my 14th vacuum cleaner from China and none lasts more than 6 months. (At $ 100.00 per vacuum cleaner, I’m sure an American could have made a $ 200.00 one that did the job and lasted instead of $ 1,400.00 for 14 vacuum’s that last 6 months each – but do lay around in our garbage dumps!) Perhaps you can see the ponzi scheme this environmental stuff is from this example! Read more

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